MYOPLEX ® LITE POWDER

Myoplex lite powder shake 2017 reviews
Editor's Rating
Protein Quality:
3.0/5
Appetite Suppressant:
4.3/5
Taste:
4.5/5
Value:
2.0/5
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MYOPLEX ® LITE POWDER
Product overview
Myoplex lite powder shake 2017 reviews
Protein type
Whey
Price
$2.47/serving

Ingredients (Mouse over ingredients to read details)

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    Summary

    One of the main products being marketed by “Body By Jake” is that of Myoplex. Their products have done well in the past, but their Myoplex blend contained a lot of fillers. We decided to take a look at their “lite” option as it may have differed from previous blends.

    At first glance, the 20 grams of protein is quite high, and the nutrient blend of vitamins and minerals is also quite high compared to others. However, once you start to unravel the good components, the bad shine high including soy, corn syrup and even sucralose.

    Ingredients

    Sucralose – Just Google this artificial sweetener and you’ll get a mouth full of controversial claims.  Many of which think it’s worse than the real thing, sugar.   Some companies promote this as a harmless derivative of real sugar which may be the case.  But some clinical reports have linked sucralose consumption with gastrointestinal problems, seizures, dizziness, migraines, blurred vision, blood sugar increases and weight gain.

    Soy – Albeit inexpensive, soy is not an ideal protein source, in our opinion, as there are a lot of alternatives out there. Recent studies have linked soy proteins to thyroid issues, food allergies, danger for pregnant or nursing women, immune system problems, and much more.

    AspartameJust Google aspartame and you’ll find that it’s usually #1 of all artificial sweeteners most dangerous list.   What’s in it: Phenylalanine, aspartic acid and methanol. Besides being considered a deadly poison by many watchdog groups, aspartame actually contributes to weight gain by causing a craving for carbohydrates. A study of 80,000 women by the American Cancer Society found that those who used this neurotoxic “diet” sweetener actually gained more weight than those who didn’t use aspartame products.  Other reported side effects: Headaches, fibromyalgia, anxiety, memory loss, arthritis, abdominal pain, nausea, depression, heart palpitations, irritable bowel syndrome, seizures, neurological disorders, vision problems, brain tumors and weight gain.  Concerns: Phenylalanine and aspartic acid directly impact brain and central nervous system functions; evidence shows they play a role in mood disorders, memory problems and other neurological illnesses.

    Corn Syrup SolidsAlthough this could fall into the yellow category we feel it important to point out a few things.  For starters corn syrup solids are manufactured from corn syrup liquid through a process that removes 97% of the water from the liquid. The Center for Science in the Public Interest puts corn syrup and corn syrup solids on its “Cut Back” list. The CSPI says these corn syrup products are not toxic, but large amounts may be unsafe or promote bad nutrition. Corn syrup is a sweet, thick liquid that’s made by treating cornstarch with acids or enzymes.

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    Soy Protein Free
    No Artificial Sweeteners or Flavors
    High Fiber (5+g)
    High Protein (14+g)
    Sugar (g per serving)
    Carbs (g per serving)
    Sodium (mg per serving)
    Calories
    Price per serving
    1
    24
    340
    180
    $2.47
    0
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    90
    $2.28
    2
    9
    55
    80
    $2.66
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    17
    150
    130
    $2.64
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